Opened in 2002, this building on the Marunouchi side of Tokyo Station is a landmark building in the district. The 37-story building is a dinning, shopping and office complex, with some 70 restaurants occupying the 5th, 6th, 35th and 36th floors and a variety of shops on the lower 4 floors and the basement.
All the restaurants are top-notch with some of them requiring budget, but you would not regret the feel, taste and variety each restaurant provides. There are plenty of cafes on the basement and the 5th floor. This building, standing close to the south exit of the station, should not be confused with Shin Marunouchi Building near the north gate. Both are connected with underground walkways.
Purposenow this is Japanese cuisine,Gourmet,surreal&cool,fashion,night view,women,if you are free,let's go,shopping
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 14.8km) Google Transit
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4.08 months ago
We went for zero waste discussion, was really good
4.02 months ago
Wide variety of shops and restaurants. Good view of Tokyo station if you take the stairs from 4th floor to 3rd floor. This part of the building is not used much and there is also well spaced out seating so that you can sit and enjoy the view
3.0a month ago
variety of shop n restaurant! Good for tourist first day in Tokyo anyway.
4.010 months ago
Our meal at the sushi restaurant on the next to top floor was outstanding.
5.08 months ago
Very beautiful scene at night
Spot Reviews (1)
Marunouchi building is magnificent, entered the building began a beautiful calm shopping experience. Stores a lot inside the building, from a variety of name-brand products to regional specialties as well as cafes, restaurants and other ...
Marunouchi building is magnificent, entered the building began a beautiful calm shopping experience. Stores a lot inside the building, from a variety of name-brand products to regional specialties as well as cafes, restaurants and other is very complete, it can be said the shops here can meet all kinds of people, is worth a visit.
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